10 worst states for healthcare

West Virginia is the worst state for healthcare, according to personal finance site WalletHub.

In a report released July 31, WalletHub determined the best and worst states for healthcare. The site ranked the states and Washington D.C., across three dimensions: cost, access and outcomes. Those dimensions were then evaluated using 44 metrics including cost of a medical visit, physicians per capita and life expectancy.  

Here are the 10 states with the worst healthcare systems, according to WalletHub: 

1. West Virginia 

2. Mississippi

3. Alaska

4. Alabama

5. Louisiana

6. Oklahoma

7. Texas

8. Georgia

9. Florida

10. North Carolina

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